The Emory University Libraries
Emory has numerous library facilities in addition to the Pitts Theology Library: the Main (Robert W. Woodruff) Library, which includes the Goizueta Business School Library, the Center for Library and Information Resources, the Marian K. Heilbrun Music and Media Library, and the Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library; the J. S. Guy Chemistry Library; the Matheson Reading Room; the Mathematics and Science Center Reading Room; and the EmTech Library Services Center. In addition, the Health Sciences Center Library, the Hugh F. MacMillan Law Library, and Oxford College’s Hoke O’Kelley Library are available for use by Emory students, faculty, and staff. Total collections for the university number more than 3.3 million volumes, extensive microform holdings, and 16,000 linear feet of manuscripts, with an extensive array of electronic resources. The libraries maintain nearly 100,000 subscriptions to serials and periodicals, many of which are electronic, full-text information resources. The discoverE and EUCLID databases integrate library records for immediate digital access. For more information about the libraries, visit www.emory.edu/home/academics/libraries.html.